Posts in Mindfulness
Can You Start September Without Falling Back Into Workaholism and Measuring Up?

 I wasn’t expecting one of my biggest obstacles to be acceptance of time freedom– it was what I was looking forward to the most! And yet, there I was making sure I was sitting at my computer by 8am and not leaving my desk until 6pm. I had to make sure I showed everyone how busy I was building my business to justify not having a full time job. 

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Orgasm Your Way to Success

After nearly two decades of body shaming and reinforcing my “not good enough” belief, I felt very disconnected from who I am. I’ve spent countless hours on my therapist’s couch and I was still letting the thoughts I had about myself and my body impact how I showed up in my life, in my relationships and in my marriage. I was craving love, pleasure and soul connection and I knew that meant going deeper, opening my heart even wider and finding the beauty and acceptance in myself. 

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I Am Not My Thoughts

I first heard about mindfulness through the works of Wayne Dyer and Louise Hay some time ago. It came in the forms of “positive thinking” and affirmations in an effort to manifest abundance and good health into my life. I had been dealing with forms of sadness and depression for most of my adult life and I knew that treating these with numbing agents was not serving me anymore. 

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